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Debate / Re: Why are there so many liberal pedophiles?
« on: August 01, 2018, 08:14:41 PM »
Its funny how you are apparently "reading between the lines" with my posts, extrapolating context about my alleged opinion of you, when i in fact have not claimed you were a pedophile, yet you refuse to read between the lines with Gunns tweets, refuse to extrapolate context or character from him, when the subject matter is the darkest it could possibly be.

I have nothing to apologize for. If you ban me it will because you are censoring the truth. Nothing more.

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Debate / Re: Why are there so many liberal pedophiles?
« on: August 01, 2018, 07:48:02 PM »
Let's just say that I won't be surprised if certain people on this board are ever arrested for being pedophiles

Give me a reason I shouldn't ban you for calling me a pedophile on the Debate forum, wherein flaming is illegal. Make it a good one because I probably will do it either way.

What makes you think I was referring to you? Do you have something to hide?

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Debate / Re: Why are there so many liberal pedophiles?
« on: August 01, 2018, 07:22:16 PM »
You guys seem slightly ignorant of what has actually transpired in these tweets and videos. I'd recommend watching the Harmon video just to see the gravity of the situation.

Here are some of Gunn'so tweets



I read those tweets. Like I said I don't find them funny but that doesnt make them real. I don't think Jeff Dunham is funny. That doesn't make his puppets living creatures.

And unless Harmon actually has sex with a baby in the video it doesn't change the fact it's a joke even if it's graphically unfunny. The premise of the movie mom and dad has parents murder children and is a horror comedy. I don't think the movie promotes child murder. In Evil Dead a woman gets raped by tree. I don't think it promotes rape or tree sex. I don't think Dexter, The Punisher, or Kick-Ass promotes vigilante killings. I can go on and on.

What do you extrapolate from Gunns character after reading these?

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Debate / Re: Why are there so many liberal pedophiles?
« on: August 01, 2018, 07:15:44 PM »
I just explained the difference. These tweets give us an insight into Gunns character, reinforced by the company he keeps.

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Debate / Re: Why are there so many liberal pedophiles?
« on: August 01, 2018, 07:02:30 PM »
That's not at all the same thing. Gunn's tweets weren't one running gag, but multiple different conversations, situations and contexts. Gunn was inserting pedophile comments in ordinary subjects. He hangs out with, parties with banters with and likes the same content as a pedophile, who at the time wasn't known to be one, he just "joked" about it, and what do you know, he turned out to be one.

Do you see the difference? And do you see anything off about that?

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Debate / Re: Why are there so many liberal pedophiles?
« on: August 01, 2018, 06:31:04 PM »
Let's just say that I won't be surprised if certain people on this board are ever arrested for being pedophiles

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General Chat / Re: Trumps attack on the New World Order is happening now
« on: August 01, 2018, 04:37:16 PM »
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https://vault.fbi.gov/d1-release

a 412 page document

Contrary to the impression one would get from the msm, or reading at some sh!thole forum where good comments are reported by truth-haters and deleted, there are actually patriots thoughtfully examining documents and evidence and sharing information,

Page 6 - tells the story "speculation in the media" - which was leaked by the FBi to the media and then they used that for this warrant. What a joke.

Pg 63-65 has our list of usual suspects, they knew about this FISA warrant. Comey, Brennan, Kerry, Clapper, Susan Rice, Ash Carter, Loretta Kynch and Sally Yates.
They're all up to their neck in this scheme, no wonder they've been yelling so loudly about Trump.

How many times they reference 'news articles' as reliable sources for this crap. Then consider how many of those articles were written based on leaks from the very people using them for the warrant. What a circlejerk. These guys were at times, creating the evidence to investigate.


Day & time redacted. Possibly to cover up the fact here are different versions of this document. Obviously, to muddy timelines,

Released on a Summer Saturday by the FBI - a summer weekend...nothing strikes you odd about that? The fbi didn’t want this information out there so they dump it when no one is looking.
___________________ _

Even with the redactions, the FISA warrant verifies everything in the Nunes Memo. It proves that the FISA warrant on Carter Page was, in the words of Representative Nunes, '100% fraudulent'.

The fraud is perpetrated in Footnote 9 (page 15) and Footnote 18 (page 23).

Footnote 9 (page 15) is where the FBI/DOJ circumvents rules of evidence regarding hearsay testimony.

According to the rules of evidence, 'Source #1' can only testify that they have reliably communicated the hearsay testimony they provided. The reliability of 'Source #1' does not extend to the reliability of the hearsay testimony they are providing.

In order for the hearsay testimony to rise to the level of evidence, corroboration of the hearsay testimony would be required. 'Source #1' is Christopher Steele. The hearsay testimony in the Steele dossier regarding illegal activities has never been corroborated.

Furthermore, Footnote 9 includes the following statement: '[T]he FBI is unaware of any derogatory information pertaining to Source #1.' But since the exact date in October of the FISA warrant is redacted, we cannot know the exact day the warrant was submitted. However, as of October 31, 2016, the FBI terminated its 'relationship' with Christopher Steele because he lied to FBI agents regarding talking to the media. We know from internal citations of dates of media reports that the FISA warrant includes media reports from September 26, 2016 (page 26).

Thus, after October 31, 2016 the FBI was aware of 'derogatory information' regarding 'Source #1' but the warrant was never amended and was renewed three more times after that date (January 2017, April 2017, and June 2017).

Which brings us to Footnote 18 (page 23) where the following statement appears: 'The FBI does not believe that Source #1 directly provided information to the press.'

By at least October 31, 2016, the FBI terminated its relationship with Christopher Steele precisely because they determined that he was speaking to 'the press' and lied to the FBI about doing so. Whether or not the FBI/DOJ was aware of Christopher Steele's communications with the media in September 2016, they did know by October 31, 2016, but the warrant was never amended and the warrant was renewed three more times after that date (January 2017, April 2017, and June 2017).

A few more issues.

(1) There is a question as to whether the warrant needed to be issued at all. The normal reason for issuing a warrant for surveillance is that the warrant is required to gather evidence on an individual who is not cooperating with the investigation. However, on page 25, the warrant specifically states that Carter Page contacted the FBI on September 26, 2016 and offered to 'discuss' with the FBI any 'questions' they might have.

(2) On page 13, the warrant discusses Evgeny Buryakov. It appears Buryakov is mentioned to verify attempts by Buryakov and other Russian agents 'to recruit New York City residents as intelligence sources for Russia.' In Footnote 6 (page 14), the warrant notes that Buryakov was tried, plead guilty and received a 30 month sentence for his activities. Omitted from the footnote is the fact that Carter Page -- the target of the warrant -- cooperated with the FBI to gather evidence to convict Buryakov.

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Debate / Re: Why are there so many liberal pedophiles?
« on: August 01, 2018, 04:34:42 PM »
Honestly... most of those aren't that bad now that I'm reading them.



The "I like it when little boys touch me" one is one of the worst, but I have no idea what he is RTing there or what the context is.

The semi-chub one may be worse-ish based on who those people are he is shooting with. But even then, that's more a joke about wanting to look like having a large dick in a photo.

The #SadChildrensBooks one is not great or funny, but it's not criminal. Just making fun of a hashtag. See also: the #unromanticmovietitles hashtag one.

The Expendables one picks a crappy metaphor, but he's making fun of the testosterone fest of those flicks.

The Jerkloose one is nothing.

I have no idea what the context is of the one about adopting a 12 year old, but it's also not a good thing to text.

The hotel shower one is nothing unless you think everyone who says "this tastes like shit" regularly eats actual shit.

The Eagle Snatches Kid one I actually laughed at. I mean... I guess it's almost a childrape joke? Almost vaguely kind of? I think it's just making fun of a silly news headline.

The tranny ones are bad.

The one about fucking 3PO is about having robot sex, not children. Or am I misreading that?

Isn't the kid an adult at the end of Giving Tree? So... nothing there.

I don't get the Louie Anderson one, but it's also a bad look, sure.

Monkeys jerk off all the time. Nothing to that one.

The NAMBLA one is obviously the worst one of the bunch. But I have no idea what he is RTing to or whose original quote that is.


So... at least half of those are less than nothing or have nothing to do with rape or child sex. Of the rest, some MAY be bad based on missing context or references I'm just not getting. The tranny ones are insulting and in poor taste, but hardly anything criminal.

Wow. OK then

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Debate / Re: Will Trump go down as the worst president ever?
« on: August 01, 2018, 01:59:53 PM »
Quote
https://vault.fbi.gov/d1-release

a 412 page document

Contrary to the impression one would get from the msm, or reading at some sh!thole forum where good comments are reported by truth-haters and deleted, there are actually patriots thoughtfully examining documents and evidence and sharing information,

Page 6 - tells the story "speculation in the media" - which was leaked by the FBi to the media and then they used that for this warrant. What a joke.

Pg 63-65 has our list of usual suspects, they knew about this FISA warrant. Comey, Brennan, Kerry, Clapper, Susan Rice, Ash Carter, Loretta Kynch and Sally Yates.
They're all up to their neck in this scheme, no wonder they've been yelling so loudly about Trump.

How many times they reference 'news articles' as reliable sources for this crap. Then consider how many of those articles were written based on leaks from the very people using them for the warrant. What a circlejerk. These guys were at times, creating the evidence to investigate.


Day & time redacted. Possibly to cover up the fact here are different versions of this document. Obviously, to muddy timelines,

Released on a Summer Saturday by the FBI - a summer weekend...nothing strikes you odd about that? The fbi didn’t want this information out there so they dump it when no one is looking.
___________________ _

Even with the redactions, the FISA warrant verifies everything in the Nunes Memo. It proves that the FISA warrant on Carter Page was, in the words of Representative Nunes, '100% fraudulent'.

The fraud is perpetrated in Footnote 9 (page 15) and Footnote 18 (page 23).

Footnote 9 (page 15) is where the FBI/DOJ circumvents rules of evidence regarding hearsay testimony.

According to the rules of evidence, 'Source #1' can only testify that they have reliably communicated the hearsay testimony they provided. The reliability of 'Source #1' does not extend to the reliability of the hearsay testimony they are providing.

In order for the hearsay testimony to rise to the level of evidence, corroboration of the hearsay testimony would be required. 'Source #1' is Christopher Steele. The hearsay testimony in the Steele dossier regarding illegal activities has never been corroborated.

Furthermore, Footnote 9 includes the following statement: '[T]he FBI is unaware of any derogatory information pertaining to Source #1.' But since the exact date in October of the FISA warrant is redacted, we cannot know the exact day the warrant was submitted. However, as of October 31, 2016, the FBI terminated its 'relationship' with Christopher Steele because he lied to FBI agents regarding talking to the media. We know from internal citations of dates of media reports that the FISA warrant includes media reports from September 26, 2016 (page 26).

Thus, after October 31, 2016 the FBI was aware of 'derogatory information' regarding 'Source #1' but the warrant was never amended and was renewed three more times after that date (January 2017, April 2017, and June 2017).

Which brings us to Footnote 18 (page 23) where the following statement appears: 'The FBI does not believe that Source #1 directly provided information to the press.'

By at least October 31, 2016, the FBI terminated its relationship with Christopher Steele precisely because they determined that he was speaking to 'the press' and lied to the FBI about doing so. Whether or not the FBI/DOJ was aware of Christopher Steele's communications with the media in September 2016, they did know by October 31, 2016, but the warrant was never amended and the warrant was renewed three more times after that date (January 2017, April 2017, and June 2017).

A few more issues.

(1) There is a question as to whether the warrant needed to be issued at all. The normal reason for issuing a warrant for surveillance is that the warrant is required to gather evidence on an individual who is not cooperating with the investigation. However, on page 25, the warrant specifically states that Carter Page contacted the FBI on September 26, 2016 and offered to 'discuss' with the FBI any 'questions' they might have.

(2) On page 13, the warrant discusses Evgeny Buryakov. It appears Buryakov is mentioned to verify attempts by Buryakov and other Russian agents 'to recruit New York City residents as intelligence sources for Russia.' In Footnote 6 (page 14), the warrant notes that Buryakov was tried, plead guilty and received a 30 month sentence for his activities. Omitted from the footnote is the fact that Carter Page -- the target of the warrant -- cooperated with the FBI to gather evidence to convict Buryakov.

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Debate / Re: Why are there so many liberal pedophiles?
« on: August 01, 2018, 01:54:39 PM »
More exposure of the deepstate pedophile network. Well done dlb

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Debate / Re: Why are there so many liberal pedophiles?
« on: August 01, 2018, 01:51:00 PM »
You guys seem slightly ignorant of what has actually transpired in these tweets and videos. I'd recommend watching the Harmon video just to see the gravity of the situation.

Here are some of Gunn'so tweets


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Debate / Re: Why are there so many liberal pedophiles?
« on: August 01, 2018, 07:57:47 AM »
Let's have a discussion and see if we can come to an agreement.

James Gunn tweets. You guys think that was funny?

Dan Harmon baby rape video. Do you think that was funny?

Whether or not we find these things funny is irrelevant.  Telling unfunny jokes is not a crime, nor is it indicative of any criminal activity.

Humor me?

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Debate / Re: Why are there so many liberal pedophiles?
« on: August 01, 2018, 07:57:08 AM »
I will answer if you can explain why the questions are relevant to the topic.

If you're going to be intellectually honest it shouldn't matter.

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Debate / Re: Will Trump go down as the worst president ever?
« on: August 01, 2018, 02:07:53 AM »
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FISA documents reveal FBI collusion

FILE - In this file July 7, 2016, photo then-FBI Director James Comey testifies before the House Oversight Committee to discuss Hillary Clinton's email investigation, at the Capitol in Washington.
Our media’s valiant efforts to distract us notwithstanding, information continues to seep out that underscores how badly a housecleaning is needed in Washington, D.C.

Last week saw the release of the applications used to obtain warrants from the FISA court to spy on Carter Page, an adviser to the Trump presidential campaign. Obtained by Judicial Watch, the 400-plus pages of (heavily redacted) documents support the conclusions earlier drawn by the House Intelligence Committee (and denounced by Democrats as hysteria): the FISA warrants were obtained through obfuscation and deceit.

As various commentators predicted would be proven, the bulk of the information that formed the basis for the FISA warrant applications was the “dossier” of allegations about Donald Trump’s activities in Russia. This dossier was provided to the FBI by British spy Christopher Steele. Steele was hired during the 2016 presidential campaign by opposition research firm Fusion GPS, who was paid by Hillary Clinton’s law firm Perkins Coie, who was paid by the Clinton campaign and the DNC. The allegations were scandalous and completely unverified, in violation of federal statutes and FISA court rules.

In other words, the FBI used oppo research paid for by the Democrats as justification for government spying on a political opponent and other Americans.

But there’s more. In another incredible coincidence, Fusion GPS had hired scholar and professor Nellie Ohr as a “paid Russian expert.” Nellie Ohr happens to be married to Bruce Ohr, deputy attorney general in the Justice Department. Bruce Ohr is alleged to have passed his wife’s anti-Trump research to the FBI. He was demoted for failing to disclose not only his wife’s employment with Fusion GPS, but also his own meetings with Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson.

The FISA court was never told any of that. They were never supposed to know. None of us was ever supposed to know.


It gets worse:

http://www.bostonherald.com/opinion/op_e...lusion?amp

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Debate / Re: Why are there so many liberal pedophiles?
« on: August 01, 2018, 01:36:03 AM »
Let's have a discussion and see if we can come to an agreement.

James Gunn tweets. You guys think that was funny?

Dan Harmon baby rape video. Do you think that was funny?

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